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TEAMS AT KALAMAZOO
TEAMS Sponsored Sessions at the Forty-Eighth International Congress on Medieval Studies

Thursday-Sunday, May 9-12, 2013

Teaching Medieval Jews: A Roundtable - Time and Location TBA

Organizers: Anita Obermeier, University of New Mexico and Benjamin Ambler, Western Michigan University

Presider: Lisa Lampert-Weissig, University of California-San Diego

Presenters:

  • Robert Chazen, New York University
  • Adam S. Cohen, University of Toronto
  • Charlotte Newman Goldy, Miami University
  • Michelle M. Hamilton, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
  • Jonathan Ray, Georgetown University
  • David Shyovitz, Northwestern University

 

Teaching the Black Death - Time and Location TBA

Organizer: Anita Obermeier, University of New Mexico

Presiders: Christine Neufeld, Eastern Michigan University

  • "Epidemic Disease in a Brooklyn Classroom," Sealy Gilles, Long Island University-Brooklyn
  • "Unspeakable Suffering: Listening for Plague Discourse in Late Medieval Literature," Wendy Chapman Peek, Stonehill College
  • "Exploring the Black Death: The Medieval View and Response," Michael Yell, 2012 TEAMS Teaching Prize Winner, Hudson (WI) Middle School

 

Teaching the Medieval Survey - Time and Location TBA

Organizer: Anita Obermeier, University of New Mexico

Presider: Sarah Baechle, University of Notre Dame

  • "Strength through Diversity: Designing the Undergraduate Medieval French Survey," Paul Creamer, East Stroudburg University
  • "Digital Unstorytelling: An Exercise for Teaching The Cloud of Unknowing in the Undergraduate Medieval Survey," Natalie Grinnell, Wofford College
  • "Why Students Don't Get It: Identifying 'Bottlenecks' in Western Civilization Surveys," Paula M. Rieder, Slippery Rock University
  • "The Survey: All of Medieval Europe!!!" Joel Rosenthal, State University of New York - Stony Brook

 

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